Presentation Description: We live in our own special restricted world of experience: We use our 5 conventional senses—seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching— to perceive reality; and we live in a world in which we conceptualize length, breadth and height in a moment in time (3S-1t) to make sense —to interpret—our perceptions. Yet this restricted reality is limited simply to what is overt and what we perceive on a day-to-day basis. These components—perception, conceptualization, and interpretation—allow us to experience what is needed for our daily life. We do not become overwhelmed by input of what is not relevant for us. This is our overt reality, and it is possibly restricted to allow us to cope and function optimally. Nevertheless, our overt reality does not allow us to recognize all of what exists. Existence includes not only the overt and obvious, but the very large components of the covert, hidden reality. These hidden special aspects might reflect higher level awareness—a whole covert world that we cannot directly experience. Yet Dr Edward Close and I have developed a carefully developed scientific and mathematical model: This paradigm shift recognizes that the hidden reality likely impacts every moment of our existence, and might play a major influence on our daily living, even though we might not even know that that is occurring.
Biography: Vernon M . Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, FFPsych(SA), DFAPA, FFPsych (SA), DPM, MMed (Psych), DipABPN ), DABFM, DABFE, DABPS (Psychopharmacology), FACFE, LMACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM , BA, DSPE, DCPECA, FRCPC-10 is Director of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute in Seattle, WA, and Adjunct Professor , Dept of Neurology and Psychiatry , St. Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO. He was formerly Director, Division of Neuropsychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA establishing the first Division of Neuropsychiatry in a Psychiatry Department in the United States. Based on publications, presentations and peer-review recognitions, Dr Neppe has contributed internationally in multiple specialties of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology, Psychopharmacology, Forensic Neuro-Psychiatry, Consciousness Research, Psychiatry and Epileptology. He also is an accomplished author of 10 plus books, professional speaker, playwright and philosopher. His books on brain medications include Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope and Innovative Psychopharmacotherapy as well as The Psychology of Déjà Vu. He also is author of the Déjà Vu Trilogy (three E-books on déjà vu).
Dr Neppe was the first USA based Physician elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa. He is also a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and has received numerous international awards. He has written more than seven hundred peer-reviewed publications (including abstract), over ten books and lectured in a dozen countries on four continents and at about 90% of the medical schools in the USA. He was educated in South Africa where he obtained both his primary Medical and PhD degrees, and at Cornell University.
His listings include editions of Americas Top Doctors, Whose Who in the World, Best Doctors in America,The Leading Physicians of the World, Two Thousand Notable American Men, Five Thousand Personalities of the World, Five Hundred Leaders of Influence, Great Minds of the 21st Century, and Americas Top Psychiatrists. He was an International Man of the Year, received a Millennium Medal of Honor, was one of about a dozen ever to receive the Marius Valkhoff Medal for "exceptional contributions" in South Africa and received with Dr Edward Close the Gabino Barreda award from Mexico for contributions to education .He has recently been honored for his scientific contributions by being possibly the first USA based physician to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, led the first USA and International Delegation in Neuropsychiatry and Psychopharmacology, is Executive Director of the Exceptional Creative Achievement Organization in which he is the only elected Distinguished Professor ever (based on objective criteria), and is editor of the closed Dynamic International Journal of Exceptional Creative Achievement. He has been appointed Director of the Human Performance Enhancement Division (HPED) of the World Institute of Scientific Exploration (WISE). Dr. Vernon Neppe founded the PNI in Seattle, WA in late 1992.
Dr Neppe has recently produced a remarkable series of professionally directed videos soon to be available through Dr. Jeff Mishlove's historical New Thinking Aloud series. Several of Dr Neppe's recordings are on YouTube and can be located at http://www.vernonneppe.org/presents.html.
Both Dr. Neppe and Dr. Close can be regarded as co-pioneers of the new interdisciplinary science of Dimensional Biopsychophysics,
Dr Neppe's E-books with Dr Edward Close have been highly acclaimed. The leading expert on the Neppe-Close work to be discussed in this workshop and conference Adrian Klein PhD "
...A work that will change mankind's future.
...For the first time in mankind's history, its real nature is scientifically disclosed at the highest charismatic academic level!
...Reading your masterpiece, ...... be aware of my deepest reverence for your monumental work!
...A seismic shift in understanding the understanding process itself!
...The beginning of the ultimate disclosure about the nature of an all-encompassing reality.
...A monumental work forcing obsolete preconceptions to crumble.
...The 21st Century's revolutionary paradigm shift.
Dr Neppe’s unique, highly acclaimed self-help book on brain medications and social and medical issues Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope is aimed to educate and fascinate. It is written specifically for laypersons, and ranked 5 stars. You may feel you are there, discussing, talking to, and learning from an eminent physician. It teaches about brain medicines, a riveting adventure allowing understanding of depression, psychosis, seizures and brain firing, the way drugs work. Michael Norden MD, raved "Witnessing this master clinician at work fuels a realistic optimism about recovery. Cry the Beloved Mind makes a wonderful gift for loved ones." This book describes reflects too his remarkable recognition by the CINP as one of the Leading Psychopharmacologists of the 20th Century —in this chapter Dr Neppe's contribution of improving millions of lives with his pioneering anticonvulsant work in Psychiatry, and his discovery of a treatment for a common previously incurable disease, "Tardive Dyskinesia: are particularly pertinent.
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